A Dental Crown Can Provide Protection For A Damaged Tooth

If you tend to live an active lifestyle, an accident or injury could leave you with a damaged tooth. Of course, sometimes a particularly cautious person can have the misfortune of damaging a tooth simply by biting into something unexpectedly tough. If dental damage leaves visible damage, and impacts your ability to bite and chew, your dentist can supply you with a dental crown. A crown can make it possible to continue using that tooth to bite and chew, and it can be made to look like your natural tooth. With CEREC technology, you can have your custom crown made and placed in the course of just one appointment.

Your CEREC Dental Crown Can Be Ready In The Course Of A Single Appointment

CEREC technology ensures that your dentist has all of the necessary tools and technology to produce your crown in one visit. The first step will be to take an impression of your tooth, and use that impression to make sure the crown you receive is an exact fit. After this is completed, an on-site milling machine will produce your crown. Made from ceramic, a CEREC crown will offer protection, and match the appearance of your natural teeth.

Providing Proper Care For A Dental Injury

Some dental injuries are more severe than others. You may have a chip or crack that is mild enough to be fixable with cosmetic dental work, meaning no restorative care is needed. However, you could also find yourself needing care for serious dental trauma. If you need emergency care, your dentist can bring you in for the urgent work you need. In some cases, a root canal will be needed to address internal damages.

Count On Pacific Hills Dental To Take Care Of Your Smile After A Dental Injury

At Pacific Hills Dental, our office can take care of your needs when you come in with a dental injury. CEREC technology can ensure you have permanent support for your tooth after you suffer an accident. To set an appointment for yourself or for a family member, call our Omaha, NE, dental office today at (402)330-2243. We are proud to care for patients in Omaha, NE, and all surrounding areas, including Papillion, Elkhorn, La Vista, and Millard.